Annual Conference 2016


Improve your Service, Enhance the Student Experience


This years NASES Annual Conference will be held at the Jurys Inn Hotel, Birmingham on the 7th and 8th July 2016


The NASES Annual Conference is an opportunity to gain direct access to the policy-makers and implementers within the student employment field. Attendance at conference allows delegates and exhibitors to find out the most current issues and gives you an opportunity to influence future actions. 

If you are interested in being a sponsor of NASES you will be entitled to the following for upcoming events :

Exhibition stands in the conference area; Inserts into delegate packs; logos displayed on promotional materials; Invitations to our prestigious SEOTY award ceremony; and a contribution to the conference welcome. 

For further information please contact


NASES Annual Conference 2016 Programme

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The NASES Annual Conference 2016 Prices


The NASES Annual Conference 2016 Booking Form (Now Closed)

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7th July 2016, (AM) Magdalena Nikolova and David Mercier (Disneyland) - An interactive introduction to Disneyland Paris, including opportunities and vacancies  

7th July 2016, (AM) Richard Charnock (REC) Industry Update, Legislation and European Changes

7th July 2016, (AM) Elaine Boyes, Executive Director (AGCAS) - Graduate Employability in 2016

7th July 2016, (AM) HMRC - The Online Tax Account

7th July 2016, (PM) Keith Rosser and DCI Krishan Kapur - SAFERJobs

8th July 2016, (AM) Charlie Ball, Head of Higher Education Intelligence (HECSU) - Graduate Migration and Local Labour Markets

8th July 2016, (AM) Keith Lawson, Employment Law Update, - CRONER

8th July 2016, (PM) Louise Bushill - Your First EURES Job




Registered Office

Tel: 01902 321022

NASES Office: University of Wolverhampton
Careers, Enterprise and The Workplace, Wulfruna Street, WV1 1LY



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